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I captured flying rods on my outside security camera last night. Bizarre
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06-13-2019 03:32 AM

 



Post: #31
RE: I captured flying rods on my outside security camera last night. Bizarre
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-13-2019 03:26 AM)
So here's a challenge for you OP

You claimed here:

http://lunaticoutpost.com/thread-131511....ght=camera

that you bought "Google Nest" cameras

https://store.google.com/us/product/nest...lsrc=aw.ds

They have a strong magnetic base and are wireless, Correct ?

Then do this:
take the 2nd camera you have and tape it temporarily to the first one, so they BOTH capture the same scene.

then Set camera 1 to the minimum FPS or whatever you have it set to now, then set the 2nd camera to the HIGHEST FPS that it allows.

Let them record overnight and see the difference between low FPS rate and a high FPS rate

Lol!
Sorry kid, i got a real job and a real life with real responsibilities and dont have time for your little silly games. Thats what real men do. They work and pay bills and put food on the table. Lol. I remember being young and carefree with responsibilities once. Its fun, i know. But, at some point you got to put the joystick down and give the game console a rest.
You actually sound like you may be in need of counselling. Do you have a job ?
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06-13-2019 03:40 AM

 



Post: #32
RE: I captured flying rods on my outside security camera last night. Bizarre
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-13-2019 03:32 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-13-2019 03:26 AM)
So here's a challenge for you OP

You claimed here:

http://lunaticoutpost.com/thread-131511....ght=camera

that you bought "Google Nest" cameras

https://store.google.com/us/product/nest...lsrc=aw.ds

They have a strong magnetic base and are wireless, Correct ?

Then do this:
take the 2nd camera you have and tape it temporarily to the first one, so they BOTH capture the same scene.

then Set camera 1 to the minimum FPS or whatever you have it set to now, then set the 2nd camera to the HIGHEST FPS that it allows.

Let them record overnight and see the difference between low FPS rate and a high FPS rate

Lol!
Sorry kid, i got a real job and a real life with real responsibilities and dont have time for your little silly games. Thats what real men do. They work and pay bills and put food on the table. Lol. I remember being young and carefree with responsibilities once. Its fun, i know. But, at some point you got to put the joystick down and give the game console a rest.
You actually sound like you may be in need of counselling. Do you have a job ?

Made my fortune and retired 2 yrs ago....So now I can Debunk your crazy crap all day !!!
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06-13-2019 04:34 AM

 



Post: #33
RE: I captured flying rods on my outside security camera last night. Bizarre
-Vod-  Wrote: (06-12-2019 11:56 AM)
It looks like this ?

link to image: https://www.tarrdaniel.com/documents/Ufo...ctRod2.jpg

It's some insects.

Moths fly about 3 meters per second.

For decent full motion you need about 30 FPS (frames per second) in the photo above where the "rods" look to be about a foot long, so the shutter speed is 1/10 second or more.

Given the recommendation for shutter speed to be twice the inverse of the frame rate this would give a 5 FPS frame rate.
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